Flag of Slovenia (GIF)

The national flag of Slovenia (Slovenian: zastava Slovenije) is a simple yet meaningful design, featuring three equal horizontal stripes of white (top), blue (middle), and red (bottom), with the Slovenian coat of arms positioned at the intersection of the white and blue stripes in the upper left canton of the flag. The flag's design is reminiscent of the Pan-Slavic colors, reflecting Slovenia's Slavic heritage and its ties to other Slavic nations. These colors have historical and cultural significance: white represents the country's mountainous landscapes and snow-capped peaks, blue symbolizes the clear skies and the Adriatic Sea, and red represents the people's courage and determination. The presence of the national coat of arms adds a further layer of symbolism, emphasizing Slovenia's historical and cultural heritage. Altogether, the flag beautifully encapsulates Slovenia's natural beauty, cultural identity, and the unity of its people, making it a powerful emblem of the nation's values and history.

Adopted:June 25, 1991
Flag image:Animated GIF (25 frames looped)
Flag emoji code:🇸🇮

The coat of arms of Slovenia features a richly symbolic design. At its center is a red-bordered blue shield with a stylized white Mount Triglav, the country's highest peak and a national symbol. Above the mountain, there are three golden six-pointed stars, which historically represent the Counts of Celje, a medieval Slovenian noble dynasty. Below the mountain, there are two wavy blue lines that symbolize the Adriatic Sea and various rivers in Slovenia. Overall, this emblem beautifully encapsulates Slovenia's natural landmarks, historical heritage, and aspirations for progress and unity, making it a powerful symbol of the nation's identity and values.

The Slovenian flag is waving on a flagpole rising from the globe.
Slovenia, officially known as the Republic of Slovenia, is a country in southern Central Europe. Its capital is Ljubljana, and its population is about 2.107 million (2021). According to its land and sea borders, it borders with Austria, Croatia, Italy, and Hungary.

Capital and largest city:Ljubljana
Other major city:Maribor
Official language:Slovene
Region:Southern Europe
Ethnic groups:83% Slovenes,
2% Serbs,
1.8% Croats,
1% Bosniaks,
12% Others/Unspecified
Religions:57.8% Roman Catholicism,
15.7% Undeclared,
10.2% Non-religious,
7.1% Unknown,
3.5% Believers of No Religion,
2.4% Islam,
2.3% Eastern Orthodoxy,
0.8% Lutheranism,
0.2% Other Religion
Nationality name:Slovene
Area:20,273 km²
(7,827 sq mi)
Population:2.107 million (2021)
Country codes:SI, SVN (ISO 3166)
Internet Top-Level Domain:.si
Calling code:+386

Keywords: Flag and coat of arms of Slovenia (Slovenian: Zastava in grb Slovenije), GIF

  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flag_of_Slovenia
  2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coat_of_arms_of_Slovenia


The Slovenian flag has been changed on Wikipedia. It now has a darker blue.
May 17, 2022 at 12:01 PM
The current blue color is compatible with the colors specified on the official site: https://www.gov.si/teme/drzavni-simboli/#e25780

CMYK for blue: C100 M60 Y0 K10 (#005ce6)
May 17, 2022 at 6:46 PM
Are you sure? The Slovenian government updated the vector flag back in May.
August 12, 2022 at 2:51 PM
This is the blue color they describe in writing on their official site. I think this is the most reliable information.
August 12, 2022 at 3:50 PM
The colours are still the same on Wikipedia.
May 27, 2023 at 11:56 PM
All flags updated.
May 28, 2023 at 3:16 AM

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